In Game

Your hockey trip to Toronto will begin before even entering the Scotiabank Arena. Every hockey fan must visit the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto when going to a Leafs game. The Hall of Fame is located only five minutes away from the Scotiabank Arena and features numerous exhibits and displays dedicated to your favorite players from the past.

After spending a day at the Hockey Hall of Fame stop by Maple Leaf Square to hang out with some of the most diehard Leafs fans out there. There is a lot to do at Maple Leaf Square, and you’ll encounter a festive atmosphere all around Toronto on game day creating one of the more memorable NHL game days. Also, don’t forget to check out Legends Row before the game and snap a picture with your favorite Maple Leafs legends.

Inside the Scotiabank Arena, you’ll be treated to an impressive in-game experience that rivals pretty much any NHL venue. The Leafs Nation Pregame Show is live on the main concourse, so stop by and hear some pregame analysis, which is especially useful if you’re a visiting fan of a western conference team and aren’t all that familiar with the Leafs. The Leafs also have an impressive pregame projection show that will rev you up and get you ready to cheer on the Leafs.

Once the action begins, you’ll be part of a sell-out crowd full of fans who get incredibly loud when the Leafs score. Toronto crowds have a reputation for being a bit corporate, but they still show a ton of support for their team especially when something goes their way.

A trip to the Scotiabank Arena is one of the best road trips in the NHL, so book your trip today and enjoy one of the most enjoyable NHL game day experiences out there.

Things to check out

Hockey Hall of Fame

No hockey fan’s trip to Toronto is complete without visiting the Hockey Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame is only a five-minute walk from the Scotiabank Arena, so spend a day at the Hall of Fame before attending a Leafs game.

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Maple Leaf Square

Maple Leaf Square is located on the western side of the Scotiabank Arena and is the best place to see a big Toronto playoff game, besides inside the arena itself. If you can’t get a ticket to the game or just want to hang out with some diehard Leafs fans before the game, then stop by Maple Leaf Square.

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Legends Row

Stop by Legends Row and snap a picture with your favorite Maple Leafs from the past. Here you’ll find statues of the greatest Maple Leafs including Tim Horton and Turk Broda, so make sure to take these in before the game.

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Fan Zone

The Fan Zone opens two hours before games and features a variety of interactive basketball and hockey related activities. At the fan zone you can shoot some hoops or pucks, so make sure to stop by before the game.

Stanley Cup and Retired Number Banners

You may forget since it’s been so long, but the Toronto Maple Leafs have won 13 Stanley Cups. Take a minute to honor these teams and the Leafs greatest players by checking out the team’s Stanley Cup and retired number banners.

Real Sports Apparel

You’ll find any Toronto team gear you could want at this 3,000 sq ft sports apparel palace. If you’re looking to pick up a souvenir of your trip to Toronto, then there is no better place to do so then Real Sports Apparel.

Galleria

This public walkway is home to the arena’s ticket office as well as many artifacts from the original Canada Post Delivery Building. If you’re a history buff as well as a basketball fan, then stop and check this out.

Real Sports Bar & Grill

Real Sports Bar & Grill is located on Maple Leaf Square and is the perfect place to grab a drink or bite to eat before the game. The three-story bar allows you to follow the action from all around the league, so make sure to check it out.

On Ice Projection

The Leafs get everyone’s attention with an impressive pregame who projected onto the ice. You won’t want to miss the pregame projection show so get to your seat early.

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Losing

The Maple Leafs tradition of losing dates back to 1967 when the team won their last Stanley Cup. The team has been losing ever since only to show a few glimmers of hopes such as their 1993 Campbell Conference Finals loss to the Los Angeles Kings or their 4-1 third period lead in game seven of the 2013 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. The Leafs are always finding new ways to disappoint their fans, so just wait for it happen.

Carlton the Bear

Carlton the Bear has been the official mascot of the Toronto Maple Leafs since 1995. He brings a smile to fans faces young and old, so don’t miss him during your visit to the Toronto.

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Leafs Nation Pregame Show

The Leafs Nation Pregame Show takes place on the main concourse before the game and is an excellent place to go if you want to get on TV or hear some pregame analysis. If you enter the ACC before the puck drops, make sure to see the Leafs Nation Pregame Show live.

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Fight Songs

  1. Free To Be (Go Leafs Go)

    From the Isle of Vancouver
    To the Labrador Sea
    One nation, glorious and free
    Where I’m free to be me.

    From the song of the Prairies
    To the call of the ponds
    Heroes of times come and gone

    Where the memories go on and on and on
    Oh! Oh! Oh! This is Canada’s song (Go Leafs Go)
    Oh! Oh! Oh! Where my heart belongs (Go Leafs Go)

    Oh! Oh! Oh! This is Canada’s team.

  2. The Maple Leaf Forever

    O, land of blue unending skies,
    Mountains strong and sparkling snow,
    A scent of freedom in the wind,
    O’er the emerald fields below.

    To thee we brought our hopes, our dreams,
    For thee we stand together,
    Our land of peace, where proudly flies,
    The Maple Leaf forever.

    Long may it wave, and grace our own,
    Blue skies and stormy weather,
    Within my heart, above my home,
    The Maple Leaf forever!

    (Ladies and gentlemen, last minute of play)

    Oh, Maple Leaf, around the world,
    You speak as you rise high above,
    Of courage, peace and quiet strength,
    Of the Canada I love.

    Remind us all our union bound,
    By ties we cannot sever,
    Bright flag revered on every ground,
    The Maple Leaf forever!

    Long may it wave, and grace our own,
    Blue skies and stormy weather,
    Within my heart, above my home,
    The Maple Leaf forever!
    Thanks to PHolz for submitting The Maple Leaf Forever Lyrics.

  3. The Enforcer

    Maple Leafs' goal song

    Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh…

    I’m not looking for a fight
    If you come at me tonight
    I’m gonna make you sorry.
    Don’t try my patience, son
    There’s a reason I’m the one,
    People stand aside for.

    Just play the game you know,
    And we won’t go toe-to-toe,
    Tomorrow you’ll feel better.
    You know this ain’t a road,
    For you to freely go,
    This is a dead end!

    [Pre-Chorus:]
    And on it goes,
    Someone begs for a broken nose.

    [Chorus:]
    Under the lights, my justice reigns.
    (Oh whoa-oh-oh-oh)
    Crossing my line, will put you in pain.
    (Oh whoa-oh-oh-oh)
    You’ll be praying to God, “When will it end?”
    (Oh whoa-oh-oh-oh)
    This is not a fight you can win here, my friend.
    (Oh whoa-oh-oh-oh)
    Ohhhh yeah!

    Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh…

    Do you really wanna see,
    If I’m the man I claim to be?
    This is a bad idea.
    Before you drop the gloves,
    Say “Bye” to those you love,
    And those teeth you remember.

    [Pre-Chorus]

    [Chorus]

    Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh…

    [Chorus]

    Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh…

    “Yeah”
    “REALLY!?”
    “Yeah”
    “I’ve had three beers! Huhuh!”

  4. Go Leafs Go!

    Go Leafs go!

    Go Leafs go!

    Go Leafs go!

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